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LAUNCH OF dbl O ART SPACE – Artist Represent: Zahir Sanosi



Hello Hello,

Gong Xi Fai Cai to SCYA blog readers.

Before we get into a frenzy for the CNY this Jan, we just have got to pay Zahir a visit at his new commissioned art space at DBL O on the 16th of Jan at DBL O, 10pm onwards.

This is what Francesca Liam, Brand Manager of dbl O said about their latest Art Project:

“As part of dbl O’s rebranding campaign, be part of this project to support our local talents… Join us as we unveil the creations of our artist and my 10 years old time good friend, Zahir Sanosi!”

KEEPITLIKEASECRET
Founded by Zahir Sanosi in early 2003, “KEEP IT LIKE A SECRET” is the moniker that he adopts for his work, which ranges across multiple platforms involving illustrations and design for various artifacts of popular culture, including t-shirts, skateboards, or any given blank walls.

A creative concept that is based on learnings from life experiences coming mostly from his childhood, Zahir uses his art to bridge personal life, and the inspirations and visions that he wishes to communicate. Not limiting his ink work to any particular surface or medium, Zahir’s artpieces come with each their own story: works that whisper to the audience’s eyes, ears and hearts.

Zahir will be exhibitin his murals and installation at DBL O that night. I encourage all of you to pay visit and get a chance to display your works at DBL sometime too!

Well Wishes Always,
SCYA Team

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